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The Stars Shine Down
The Stars Shine Down
Author: Sidney Sheldon
The Stars Shine Down is Sidney Sheldons twelfth and most passionate novel, set against the glamorous world of international business and featuring a complex and compelling heroine faced with a series of life-shattering decisions.Lara Cameron is young and beautiful. Rising from a past she seeks to repress, she achieves her wildest a...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780446364768
ISBN-10: 0446364762
Publication Date: 9/1/1993
Pages: 416
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 78 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette
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This is not one of Sheldon's better works but it is quick and readable. I think the underdevelopment of characters was one reason I didn't care for the book much. I just didn't care. There were storylines that were started but that is as far as they went. This was just a bad book by Sheldon.
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In this Book Sidney Sheldon has gone back to what I consider his classic style. Great Read.
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Sheldon never lets you down and each chapter moves so fast that you don't dare put the book down!
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This is a good book, with Lara Cameron as the memorable heroine. She is America's princess, and the power behind the tallest building on earth, a self-made billionaire who towers over a traditionally male domain. She finds that everything she has desired and won is swiftly imperiled. The story is set in a dazzling global setting from London to New York, from Reno to Rome.
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Lara Cameron is a young and beautiful self-made tycoon. She doesn't realize that a spurned lover will stop at nothing to get revenge against her. I give this book an A+! because it was so good.
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As I read this, I felt like I was reading a script for a bad TV movie. Most of Sheldon's novels become TV mini series, so he probably forgot he was writing a novel instead of a script. Towards the end, one gets the feeling like he is rushing to finish the novel too.
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A quick read but worth it. Interesting main character makes you hate to have to put it down.